The Brandeis Lab for Linguistics and Computation is a group of faculty, postdocs, and students who conduct research in computational and theoretical linguistics and natural language processing. Research areas covered by our group include:
- lexical semantics and the design of lexical databases;
- compositional mechanisms in language;
- temporal and spatial reasoning;
- semantic annotation and resource development;
- construction and analysis of linguistic corpora;
- discourse structure and relation identification;
- Chinese TreeBanking;
- Chinese PropBanking.
The BLLC is affiliated with the Department of Computer Science, the Language and Linguistics Program, and the MA Program in Computational Linguistics.
Director: James Pustejovsky